A self-recorded album in the middle ground between ‘60s pop and current day garage rock, Stabs was nominated to several awards in Sweden as well as praised by international press and musicians such as Anton Newcombe of Brian Jonestown Massacre and Dennis Lyxzén of Refused. Stabs was followed by live dates around Scandinavia and the EU, with a UK headline run following an appearance at Liverpool Psych Fest as well as support slots to some of Sweden’s biggest rock bands as well as Thee Oh Sees and Mikal Cronin.
Since early 2016 Hannes Ferm has been holed up in Studio Cobra in Stockholm, recording what is set to become his long-awaited second LP. Moving far beyond the confines of garage rock, his new recordings showcase a more expansive sound, bringing to mind the likes of The Flaming Lips and classic acts such as David Bowie and Todd Rundgren.
A first taste from the second album will arrive in the shape of "premonition / ◯ / it shines through” in September 2017 ahead of a sold-out UK tour, and the full album "All These Worlds Are Yours" is set to arrive on January 26, 2018.